The Maneater

Jan. 26, 2020

The Netflix original series “Queer Eye” released a new season on Nov. 1, 2019. The new season is comprised of episodes that follow the cast to Japan as they “make over” people’s lives.

Eric Sterling, former assistant counsel to the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives and current drug reform activist, visited MU campus on Nov. 6, 2019 to discuss perspective shifts on federal drug policy. Sterlings presentation was followed by a screening of the documentary film “Incarcerating Us”.

The Columbia Weavers and Spinners’ Guild, a non-profit corporation that promotes and supports fiber artists in mid-Missouri, hosted its 30th annual holiday exhibition the weekend of Nov. 9, 2019.

The MU chapter of the International Justice Mission hosts a pop-up thrift shop outside of the Student Center as a part of their Threads event on Nov. 7, 2019. Threads is a one-day sale of secondhand clothes to raise money for the organization, which aims to end slavery on a global scale.

Students participate in the third annual Hackathon, which was hosted in took place in MU’s Lafferre Hallfor from Nov. 8 to 10, 2019. The 36 hour Hackathon is a computer programming competition that allows students to practice their technological skills and engage with company recruiters.

The basement of the RJI Journalism Library, located within the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute. Both the RJI Library and other MU libraries received a $250,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to preserve digital content produced online.

MU Residential Life has accumulated several off campus residence apartments, including the U Center on Turner, to accommodate for the increase in freshmen enrollment. Other new apartments that offer housing for freshmen include Rise and Campus Lodge.

Senior Reed Nikko looks to a teammate during Missouri's exhibition game against Central Missouri on Nov. 1.

Quarterback Taylor Powell is sacked in the third quarter of Missouri's 27-0 loss to Georgia.

Rex Orange County released their newest album, “Pony” on Oct. 25, 2019.

Georgia freshman linebacker Nolan Smith celebrates a sack in the Bulldogs' 27-0 win over Missouri.

Junior Jeremiah Tilmon reacts to a call during Missouri's exhibition game on Nov. 1.

Missouri men's basketball enters the season looking to improve on last year's 15-17 record.

Members of the MSA Social Justice Committee gathers in the MU Student Center to discuss issues of interest to or affecting minority students on Nov. 5, 2019.

Graphic by Graphics Editor Emily Mann

Graphic by Graphics Editor Emily Mann

The view of the U Center on Turner apartment buildings from the upper levels of the Todd apartment complex. U Center on Turner, while being more expensive than off campus housing, is located within walking distance of the MU campus near Greektown.

Participants who take part in the classes offered by Goat Yoga of Missouri go through various stretching exercises while surrounded by goats. The sessions are created to help people relax and clear their minds while giving them the opportunity to interact with cute animals.

Britney Lyn Buckwalter, also known as the “Missouri Medium”, made an appearance at the Blue Note on Oct. 31, 2019, giving spirit readings to various audience members.

Local drag queen Autumn Equinox reads Britta Teckentrup’s “Moon,” at Skylark Bookshop on Oct. 31, 2019. Drag story time has become a tradition of Skylark Bookshop, who organizes these events to encourage community participation and inclusion.